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Unfortunately no SAP Code Jam on Friday, 12th October 2018. SAP Inside Track Munich on Saturday 13th October 2018.




Like the years before, this year an SAP Inside Track will take place here in Munich.

 The conference will take place on Saturday, 13 October 2018.
On Friday, 12 October 2018 we will have an evening Event at Augustiner Bräu

 This is a great opportunity to spend the weekend in this wonderful city. Like at other SAP Inside Track events, you will be able to connect with your peers, learn from each other, share experiences and be inspired by great talks.

The conference language will be Bavarian – just kidding. We hope to attract some international audience and chose English.


If you're interested in last year's SAP Inside Track in Munich you can find it here:


Saturday, 13 October 2018 from 09:00 to 17:30 - SAP Inside Track Event


The SAP Inside Track will take place at a different location this year!

Einstein Kultur
Einsteinstrasse 42
81675 München

This location is just 4 stops from Hauptbahnhof with the U4 or U5. The station is called "Max-Weber-Platz". For more details check out the Munich transport network maps. Here you find the location on Google Maps.

If you're looking for the cheapest public transport ticket for the whole weekend please have a look at the official MVV (Munich public transport association) website: Multiple-Days-Ticket-Offering

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Pre-Conference event location

Friday 12 October 2018 18:00

The "pre-conference event" will take place at "Augustiner Bräustuben".

Landsberger Str. 19, 80339 München

After-Conference event location

Saturday 13 October 2018 19:00

The "after-conference event location" is the steak restaurant KvR - Kapitales vom Rind- like the years before. 
Please have a closer look on this subpage: tbd



Topic + Link to Slides
Link to Video
09:0009:1500:15Welcome & Introduction  
09:1509:4500:30Coding ABAP like JavaChristian Pfaller 
09:4510:0000:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause  
10:0010:3000:30Creating apps with UI5Tobias Hofmann 
10:3010:4500:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause  

Develop and Continuously Deliver Side-by-Side Extensions of SAP S/4HANA

Ekaterina Kruse 
11:1511:3000:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause  
11:3012:0000:30Creating Live Demo of SCP Workflow End-to-End (ABAP-SCP-ABAP)Dusan Sacha, Domi Bigl 
12:0013:1501:15Q&A - Lunch  
13:1514:4501:30sitMUC Open Space  
14:4515:1500:30ABAP Continuous Integration Plugin
Speeding up your (TDD) development process
Andreas GautschVideo
15:1515:4500:30Q&A - Kaffee & Kuchenbuffet  
15:4516:1500:30SAP Cloud Platform x Microsoft GraphMarius ObertVideo
16:1516:3000:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause  
16:3017:0000:30Tips&Tricks for making your next conference call more productive and funThomas RitterVideo
17:0017:1500:15Q&A - small break/kleine Pause  
17:1517:4500:30DevOps and Deployment Pipelines in SAP ABAP LandscapesSascha Junkert, Johannes KoningsVideo
17:4518:1500:30News from the SAP Developer & Community SpaceThomas GrasslVideo
18:1518:3000:15Wrap-upAndrea, Damir, Gregor, Martin, Sebastian 


The sessions are what an SAP Inside Track event is all about. Come and take the stage or our marketplace and share your experiences, knowledge, and passion. Talk about something that interests you, something you have done recently, your SAP TechEd experiences and ignite a two-way discussion that benefits all participants.

Please enter your session proposals below, and nearer the time, we will organize them into appropriate time slots.

This year we’ll have a classic lecture part. So if you want to do a lecture for about 30 minutes then the table below is best for you:




Additional Information

IoT is one of the trending topics in IT! But does it add any value to your business? Most of the times: probably not. SAP built a IoT showcase together with europes biggest MakerSpace (at the UnternehmerTUM in garching).

I want to demonstrate the technical implementation and the actual benefits, mostly without any slides.

SAP Leonardo IoT, SAP HANA

Maxi Streifeneder Open Space
Speed up ABAPUnit data creation processRegardless of using the test first or test last approach in ABAP, we have to provide test data for our unit tests. As often test data can be already viewed in debugger during bug investigation,
it would be nice to have a feature which exports this already given data from current debugging session context in such a convenient way, that this export can be used very easy in our ABAP coding.In this live coding session we will see how to do that.




Alexander Geppart

SAP Blog


Blog in German

Open Space
DevOps in SAP ABAP Landscapes

Since July 2017 a team of DSAG members has been working (with support from SAP colleagues) to define the meaning of DevOps for SAP ABAP systems, why ABAP is still considered a “special snowflake” and how concepts like continuous integration and delivery could be adapted.

This presentation will give an overview about the "work in progress" and go into more detail about an continuous deployment pipeline concept with ababGit and other open source tools.





Sascha Junkert Johannes Konings

 Slides from DSAG Tech Days 2018 (Overview)yes
Intelligent Enterprise in Digital Supply Chain and Manufacturing powered by SAP Leonardothe slot is about evolution of SAP Leonardo over last months and its part in the intelligent enterprise. The area of manufacturing and SCM (TM / EWM) is also evolving into new era - cloud based solutions for connected workflow from design to operations.SCM, manufacturing, IoT, MLKarol Kaliszpreferred: open space discussion based max 5 slides as triggersOpen Space
Tips&Tricks for making your next conference call more productive and fun (smile)Conference calls via VOIP solutions are a given when working in the software industry. Over the last two years I had at least 5 conference calls a week. In this talk I would like to share some tips&tricks on how you can make your calls more productive and some DOs and DONTs. I would also like to invite the participants to share their experiences.Soft-skillsThomas Ritter yes
SAP IQ - Business Intelligence and vertical data processing with 16 GB RAM or less

SAP IQ is a HANA companion for SDA / SDI and SAP BW NLS, to keep data way beyond memory limits accessible. But it also is a full-blown data warehouse system of its own, with column oriented data storage and powerful analytics capabilities. It can scale up to the world's largest data warehouse and down to desktop or notebook computers. This session is intended to show the benefits and capabilities of the vertical data structures used inside and their impact on high performance processing and parallel execution of Business Intelligence style queries.

This time the Linux version running on more powerful and more robust hardware.

SQL, SAP IQ, database, data warehouse, business intelligence, world record, petabytes

Volker Stöffler

Minimum 45 min. required for demo. 30 min for slides only. Alternatively demo or hands-on in an Open Space session.

Related SCN blog post.

IQ Express Edition download

Slides Scripts
Load Data: Years 19nn 200n 201n

SAP blog post about world record

Open Space
How to visualize Query Semantics using Open Source Graphviz

When analyzing the performance of complex queries, you may find yourself with multi table joins, e.g. generated by a BI system, coded by an out-of-reach developer or evolved through a long life cycle. A semantic query graph visualizes the topology of such a join and helps to understand the options the optimizer has at hand for an execution plan. The graph unveils possible shortcuts or extensions you can provide to enhance query performance by providing additional options to the query optimizer

I will demonstrate how to use the Open Source utility Graphviz for visualization.

This presentation is based upon ANSI Standard SQL and not restricted to a specific RDBMS implementation. The method is a generic approach to deal with the challenge of understanding and possibly enhancing the topology of a multi table join query.

SQL, Database, RDBMS, Joins, Optimizer, Query Analysis, Query TuningVolker Stöffler  
Windows, Cubes & Rollups: OLAP Extensions in SQLA core component in Business Intelligence is Online Analytical Processing (OLAP). It is based upon the aggregation of (usually many) rows to a (usually much smaller) result set. The SQL Standard contains some fundamental capabilities (MIN, MAX, AVG, SUM, ... functions, GROUP BY, HAVING) and more advanced functionality is usually provided by applications. But there is an extension to SQL, implemented in SAP products HANA, IQ and SQL Anywhere, which brings more powerful functionality into SQL and the database server itself. With more analytic capabilities closer to the data, there is potential for improvement, especially when dealing with extreme numbers of data rows aka Big Data. Here, I'll introduce basics and principles of these SQL extensions.OLAP, SQL, Database, Analytics, Database Server, Business IntelligenceVolker StöfflerAn introduction to OLAP and Data Mining from WPI 
Tuning ABAP with hardware mechanicsLearn how hardware mechanics influence ABAP performance and how to use them to your advantageABAP Performance TuningDmitrii PescovSlides 
Creating apps with UI5

I will share some of my lessons learned while creating UI5 apps. These apps are used outside a SAP context: JSON backend, ElasticSearch, etc.

I will show how a CI pipeline can be used for UI5 apps to automate app building, analysis and deploy.

UI5 and web appsTobias HofmannSlidesyes
SAP Cloud Platform x Microsoft GraphYou probably have heard it more than 1000 times: 98% of the top 100 most valued brands in the world are SAP customers are SAP Customer, and 96% of Fortune 500 companies have at least one Microsoft cloud offering, such as Office365. Both, SAP's and Microsoft's, solutions contain the better part of each company's mission-critical data. This offers a great opportunity to combine and leverage the data of both source systems and to make use of synergy effects. 
In this talk, I will introduce you to the basic concepts of Microsoft Graph, the “gateway to data and intelligence in Microsoft 365”. Join me to learn what data is accessible via this service and how to use it in SAPUI5 apps.
SAP Cloud Platform, SAPUI5, oData, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft GraphMarius Obert yes
Develop and Continuously Deliver Side-by-Side Extensions of SAP S/4HANA
In this session, we discuss options for side-by-side extensions of SAP S/4HANA Cloud, SAP S/4HANA, and SAP Business Suite on SAP Cloud Platform.
In particular, we focus on the standard way of building and continuously delivering Cloud native applications with the SAP S/4HANA Cloud SDK.

SAP S/4HANA, SAP Cloud Platform, OData, Java

Ekaterina KruseS/4HANA Cloud SDKyes
Creating Live Demo of SCP Workflow End-to-End (ABAP-SCP-ABAP)Lets create an example SCP workflow demo end-to-endSAP Cloud Platform, SAP NetWeaver

Dusan Sacha, Domi Bigl

SAPUI5/SAP Fiori offline capability - pre SCP and after thatHow to realize offline scenarios with and without SCPSAP cloud Platform, SAP Fiori, SAP NetWeaverDusan Sacha, Domi Bigl  
ABAP Continuous Integration Plugin
Speeding up your (TDD) development process

In this session I will demonstrate a plugin with the target to speed up the ABAP development process by automating the Unit Tests and ATC features of ABAP in Eclipse.

ABAP, Continuous Integration,
ABAP in Eclipse
Andreas Gautsch


Coding ABAP like JavaIn this talk, I'd like to give some insight how our ABAP development at CQSE did evolve over the past six years. As we are mainly native Java programmers, we tried to apply our coding practices form Java (e.g. methods should be shorter than 30 lines) also in the ABAP world. The talk focuses on the experience we made. To summarize: From our point of view, it is possible to write ABAP in a quite similar style than Java - even without ABAP 7.40 syntax.
ABAPDr. Christian Pfaller, Dr. Elmar Jürgens  
Incremental Code Security Analyses for ABAP
Code security analyses address flaws in source code which possible could be exploited by an attacker. In a typical scenario, an attacker from the outside can influence which code is executed inside the attacked system and may get access to sensitive information. In this talk, I'll explain security analyses for ABAP and how we did integrate these in our software quality suite Teamscale. I'll show challenges we had to tackle during the implementation of this feature and I'll outline a process how to deal with security findings which benefits a lot from incremental code analysis.



Dr. Christian Pfaller, Dr. Elmar Jürgens  
LoRaWAN PAX CounterDemo the ESP32 Paxcounter project with connectivity from The Things Network via Node-RED to SAP Cloud Platform and HANA Gregor Wolf  


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